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Explore the latest trending topics, browse by language or resource type, or create your own targeted research based on your community's needs. The Vaccine Resource Hub is your one-stop-shop for accurate, community-tailored material about COVID-19 and flu vaccines.
The Vaccine Resource Hub offers a large and ever-growing body of resources for those working to increase adult vaccination in their community. This site emphasizes resources created by and for racially, ethnically, and linguistically diverse populations. Search today to discover the social media, video, toolkit, and many other resources available.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has shown us just how heroic our health care workers are, but the El Sol Neighborhood Educational Center took this notion a step further.
The California Association of African American Superintendents and Administrators (CAAASA) brought together an impressive lineup of presenters to discuss COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy during its annual Round Up of Educational Leaders in September.
The Health Wagon, a nonprofit health outreach organization serving the Appalachia region of Virginia, had great success with an October COVID-19 and flu vaccination event.
In a world of rapidly diminishing attention spans, how can organizations successfully engage audiences to promote public health?
Throughout the pandemic, rates of COVID-19 infection in the Eastern Crescent area of Austin, Texas have exceeded those in the rest of the Austin area by more than 100 cases per 100,000 members of the population. The community organization El Buen Samaritano has led a successful vaccine outreach campaign in the Eastern Crescent area to address disparities in COVID-19 infection rates.
Eduardo López has been producing Línea Directa—a Spanish-language television program dedicated to community outreach in the Washington, DC metropolitan area—for over thirty years. The program began in 1986 as a series of short public service announcements directed at the growing immigrant and Spanish-speaking population in the region. The shows then expanded to a 30-minute news magazine format in 1990—providing Latino families with information on their rights, as well as on important health, legal, education and social service issues. In 2000, Línea Directa began airing on the local Spanish
Performer Jenifer Lewis has had a career of such breathtaking range that she’s been dubbed a “national treasure” by TV Guide. She has showcased her considerable talents in Hollywood films, hit television shows and Broadway musicals. Lewis delivered strong performances in such films as What’s Love Got to Do with It, Think Like a Man and The Preacher’s Wife. She also lent her unique vocal performances to animated movies—voicing “Flo” in the Cars franchise and “Mama Odie” in the Disney musical Princess and The Frog.
Asian Services in Action (ASIA), a comprehensive health and social service organization in Northeast Ohio, was searching for more effective ways to communicate vital information about COVID-19 vaccines to newly arrived immigrants and refugees from the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities they serve.
Christmas is both a sacred religious occasion and a worldwide commercial juggernaut, but for many Christians, December 25th marks only the beginning of the celebration.